The quarterback drinks up to 25 glasses of water a day, mostly with his self-branded "TB12" electrolyte, and his diet is free of caffeine, gluten, dairy, fungus, sugar and GMO products. And hold the tomatoes.
As the heat rises, output flags European scientists have measured every second of a working day as vineyard temperatures affect grape pickers As the heat rises, output flags.
Winemakers can expect good grape harvests much earlier now, thanks to climate change, but scientists say the effect may not last.
Climate change hits different regions in different ways. As Europe's climate warms, some areas are already trying to adapt. New crops are being planted and there's a call for buildings that don't overheat in warm weather.